PortAventura Park's best rides

If you have decided to visit this theme park, but you only have one day, it is important to know how to make the most of your time and plan which rides and shows you want to add to your day out. To help you, we want to introduce you to some of the PortAventura Park's best rides.

Which are the best rides in PortAventura Park?

Dragon Khan


This red roller coaster has been part of the park since its opening and was an immediate success. In fact, at that time it had the world's highest vertical loop (36 metres). Reaching speeds of up to 110 km/h, Dragon Khan remains to this day one of the most emblematic images of the park and, of course, a unique experience for all who dare to ride it.



Inaugurated in 2012, it immediately became one of the most loved rides in PortAventura Park. This V-shaped hyper coaster roller coaster broke several records at its grand opening. It is the third tallest coaster in Europe, at 76 m high, the ninth tallest in the world and the tenth in terms of speed. The ride reaches speeds of 135 km/h at the biggest drop. If you thought you'd seen it all with Dragon Khan, Shambhala will knock your socks off.

Tutuki Splash


If water rides are what you like, then Tutuki Splash is sure to become one of your favourites. Aboard a wooden boat, you will navigate around a dangerous volcano located in Polynesia. You will see the lava gush from the top and plummet downwards from a height of 15 metres. Nobody will escape getting wet. If you don't want to get absolutely soaked, we recommend that you go prepared with a raincoat.

Hurakan Condor


Hurakan Condor is a free fall tower that is located in the centre of the México area. It is the second highest in Spain and the highest attraction in the park. Its central tube rises 100 m from the ground and riders plummet 86 m downwards in a spectacular free fall. It was one of the world's first rides to use a system of tilted vehicles. From the top of the Aztec tower you can enjoy the area's beautiful views and the landscapes... until the moment the god of winds and storms rages and lets you fall into the void.